Spanish enclave struggles with migrant crisis

Port authorities in Ceuta, a tiny Spanish enclave on the northern coast of Morocco, are struggling to cope with the effects of the migrant crisis.

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    Port authorities in Ceuta, a tiny Spanish enclave on the northern coast of Morocco, are struggling to cope with the effects of the migrant crisis.

    Locals regularly see people in the water, attempting to enter the port, as they try to make their way into mainland Europe.

    Al Jazeera’s Hoda Abdel-Hamid reports from Ceuta.


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